Democracy Now! radio program for Tuesday, January 8, 2013 Headlines for January 08, 2013 4 Years After Vow to Close Gitmo, Why Has Obama Signed NDAA Bill Barring Transfer of Its Prisoners? Exclusive: As Gitmo Turns 11, Al Jazeera’s Sami al-Hajj on 6-Year Ordeal of U.S. Detention, Torture Topic: Democracy Now Source: Television broadcast
Democracy Now! radio program for Monday, November 28, 2011 Headlines for November 28, 2011 NATO Kills 24 Pakistani Troops in 2-Hour Assault on Pakistani Base, Tensions Flare in Region Glenn Greenwald: Is Obama Fulfilling the Neocon Dream of Mass Regime Change in Muslim World? WikiLeaks, Julian Assange Win Major Australian Prize for "Outstanding Contribution to Journalism" Wife of Bahraini Political Prisoner Condemns U.S.-Backed Regime for Killing, Torturing Protesters As Egypt Holds... Topic: Democracy Now Source: Television broadcast
Democracy Now! radio program for Monday, November 14, 2011 Headlines for November 14, 2011 Syrian Human Rights Lawyer Razan Zaitouneh Speaks from Hiding, Says Over 4,000 Killed in Uprising Arab League Suspends Syria, Concern Grows over Foreign Intervention to End Crisis Occupy Honolulu: Hawaiian Musician Makana Performs Protest Song to World Leaders at APEC Summit East Timor Massacre Remembered: U.S.-Armed Indonesian Troops Kill 270 Timorese 20 Years Ago Occupy Oakland Encampment Raided for... Topic: Democracy Now Source: Television broadcast
Amy Goodman: Weiner's No Longfellow Amy Goodman's Weekly Column “The troubled sky reveals The grief it feels.” These two lines were written by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow in his poem “Snow-Flakes,” published in a volume in 1863 alongside his epic and better-known “The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere.” Much of the news chatter this week has been about Sarah Palin’s flubbing of the history of Revere’s famous ride in April 1775. Revere was on a late-night, clandestine mission to alert...
Democracy Now! radio program for Wednesday, March 30, 2011 Headlines for March 30, 2011 "Prescription for Survival": A Debate on the Future of Nuclear Energy Between Anti-Coal Advocate George Monbiot and Anti-Nuclear Activist Dr. Helen Caldicott Haitians Deported from the U.S. Held in “Absolutely Horrific” Conditions Haitians Face Imminent Eviction from Displaced Persons Camps Sharif Abdel Kouddous Transitions from Democracy Now! Senior Producer to Middle East Correspondent Topic: Democracy Now Source: Television broadcast
Democracy Now! radio program for Monday, March 28, 2011 Headlines for March 28, 2011 Obama Administration Relents and Grants Visa to Leading Afghan Antiwar Campaigner Malalai Joya for U.S. Trip "Stop These Massacres": Ex-Afghan Parliamentarian Malalai Joya Calls for End to U.S. Occupation of Afghanistan “This is Economic Treason”: 500,000 March in London Protesting Public Spending Cuts and Corporate Tax Dodgers Will Syria Lift Decades-Old Emergency Law? Street Protests &... Topic: Democracy Now Source: Television broadcast
Democracy Now! radio program for Friday, March 25, 2011 Headlines for March 25, 2011 100th Anniversary of the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire Labor Rights Legacy of the Triangle Shirtwaist Fire: Garment Unions Marched Out of this Fire and Produced the New Unionism 100 Years After Triangle Fire, Tragedy in Bangladesh and Anti-Union Bill in Wisconsin Highlight Workers’ Enduring Struggles Topic: Democracy Now Source: Television broadcast